One consistent and welcome aspect of this book is its focus on economics and its application in contemporary competition cases related to technology. The analysis is not stuck in the past, but focuses on up-to-date economic thinking and anticipates how that thinking might be applied going forward.
Apart from its substantive depth, this book benefits from a fluent writing style: for a book on the law, it’s a real page-turner. For someone interested in the topic of technology markets and competition law, this book is no remedy for sleeplessness. It races through the key topics in a rather exciting way, without sacrificing substance. Not an easy feat.